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Ladies' Golf News ~ June 2022

The season opened on May 3 with the traditional scramble.

1st Place: Carolyn Morford, Becky DeMuth Robin, Pat Warren
2nd Place: Karen Hough, JoAn Treskovich, Betty Rosa, Dottie Lynch
3rd Place: Enis Cassill, Darlene Elliott, Jan Litrun, Anne Aungier

The opening dinner was on May 12. It was a chance to greet old friends and meet some new ones. Thanks to Stephanie Trozzo for organizing the event.

The gadget on May 10 was Three Little Pigs. Each player was allowed to eliminate their three worst scores. Net low was the winner.

1st Place: Karen Hough with a 52
2nd Place: Pat Warren with a 56
2nd Place: Stephanie Trozzo with a 57

The 9-holers played Two Little Pigs, throwing out two scores. Anne Aungier won with a net 25.

May 17 was a bust for the 18-holers as there were only 5 players. The 9-holers had a quorum and played total strokes from tee to green. Barbara Sloan was the winner with 33 strokes.

The Best Approach was played on May 24. Points were scored by last shot to reach the green’s surface. Three points for closest to the hole. second got two points and the third received one point.

1st Place: Becky DeMuth 38 points
2nd Place tie: Darlene Elliott and Betty Rosa 35

There are two special events coming this month:

King & Queens, hosted by Pat Warren, is scheduled for June 14. Teams, chosen by the Pro Shop, will include one King. Sign up in the Pro Shop.

Friends Day, hosted by Betty Rosa and Karen Thompson, will take place on June 28. Association members may bring up to three friends. Lunch will follow play. Sign up in the Pro Shop.

Congratulations! Hole-in-one

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From the Pro ~ May 2022

Dear Members,

We’ve had a rocky start to our 2022 Golf Season with the weather but by the looks of the extended forecast we are finally going to see consistent Golf Weather!

On a good note, if you have been to the Golf Course or played, you may have noticed the change we made on #18. The old tree target on the left side was removed and two perfectly placed bunkers have taken its spot. As of Saturday, April 30, these bunkers are officially open and will be a test to any golfer. Have you ever hit an 80-yard bunker shot……? Practice makes perfect!

The month of April we did have a few events including our Master’s Par 3, Master’s Fantasy Pool, and our Virtual Golf Bash. Our Virtual Golf Bash was almost sold out for a third straight year and were able to raise over $1,000 for the Union Mission Shelter of Latrobe.

Below, you will read updated information including tee times, course information, an array of Exchange Days, Demo Days, and other Golf Shop information. As always, if you have any questions from what is listed below, please call the Golf Shop.

Pro Tip- Volume #3

“See a Ball Mark, Fix a Ball Mark” ....

May 2022 Pro News

Ladies Golf News ~ May 2022

There is not much to report as the start of our season is only days away. April did not bring great spring weather. On the ridges, there was more snow this past month than all of December and half of January. When it was not snowing, there were chilly temperatures and rain.
 
Look forward to a warm and sunny day when we start our season on May 3 at 10:00 a.m. You can pay your dues of $65.00 and get the LGA booklet if you have not already done so.
 
A reminder that our opening dinner will be on Thursday, May 12 at 5:00 p.m. Sign up in the Pro Shop.

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